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Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. Taking place every May across Brighton and Hove, the open access festival sees over 900 events take place in over 170 venues.

Alongside the productions, Brighton Fringe offers a range of professional development workshops, mentoring and bursaries.

The Reviews Hub is proud to sponsor the Literature & Spoken word section of Brighton Fringe 2017.

For more information visit www.brightonfringe.org

BRIGHTON BITES: Wesley Griffith – My Paper Girlfriend

My Paper Girlfriend

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Wesley Griffith tells us about his showMy Paper Girlfriend, which he's performing at The Warren.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A cheeky, charming piece of storytelling about a man finding his one true love, told through ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Chic BonBons – The Glamour of Yesteryear

Chic BonBons - The Glamour of Yesteryear

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. The Chic BonBons tell us about their showThe Glamour of Yesteryear,which they’re performing at Sweet Waterfront.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Our show is “A dazzling, sumptuous celebration of femininity, its unique and spectacular!” Is this ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Wildheart & Lyric – Wolf Meat

Wild Heart and Lyric's Wolf Meat

We've been running our Brighton Bites series for a few weeks, looking at the variety of shows performing at this year's Brighton Fringe. When Wildheart &Lyric offered us the chance to speak to the star of their show, we jumped at the chance. 75-year-old Grandmother MargaretBarker gives us the (full and frank) insight into Wolf Meat, which she's performing at ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: OvaryActing – Not Fast Enough

OvaryActing's Not Fast Enough

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. OvaryActing tell us about their show Not Fast Enough, which they’re performing at Coachwerks, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Someone else has put it far better than I possibly could so I think I’ll steal ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Weird Sisters – Airswimming

Weird Sisters

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Weird Sisters tell us about their show, Airswimming, performing at Sweet Waterfront.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? By turns funny and desperately sad, Airswimming is an uplifting tale of friendship, survival and the power of the ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Cracked Shakespeare – The Merchant of New York

The Merchant of New York

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Nathan Ariss of Cracked Shakespeare tells us about his play,The Merchant of New York, which is being performed at The Rialto, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Shakespeare meets the Mafia! Is this your first visit ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Rebecca Crookshank – Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Rebecca Crookshank tells us about her show,Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, which is be performed at Sweet Dukebox.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A supersonic eye opening true story uncovering scandal in the military institution, you'll be grooving ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Phoebe Marsh – The Daddy Blues

Phoebe Marsh in The Daddy Blues

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Phoebe Marshtells us about her show,The Daddy Blues, which she will be performing at The Marlborough Theatre.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? If masculinity met artificial intelligence in a karaoke bar and made sweet but awkward ...

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